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with that. if you have somebody applying games on their taxes we all have a stake in this. we all have a big stake in america succeeding. so i believe we should have a more equal, fair tax system. but i can tell you, to vilify a group of people and to say to the jet owners if we continue to give you tax breaks we will take money out of granny's social security check that is a false choice like raising the debt ceiling. the research counsel, a bipartisan group, has said we will not default on our debt, we have enough money to pay social security, medicare, medicaid, government contractors and the military, current military people, and veterans, and still have $7 billion left over after august 2nd. so let's stop with the false choices and get on with the real business. >> there is a bifurcated thought process on what will happen on august 2nd. always good to chat with you, craig. craig smith, thank you. and now, the sunday she down, the job numbers give republicans more am fission to -- more ammunition to fight off tax fight discussions. i guess it depends on who you ask? >>governor huckabee:
is not involved in the shut down talks this year not playing big role here. and people are getting jealous that the president is meeting with john boehner and on republican side a lot of the tea party guys are not trusting john boehner, they are skeptical that he is going to blink and both the left and the right are so entrenched here and i don't know how someone is not going to be badly politically damaged with whatever tell they come up with and, again, why see the votes at this time. how do they get there? john boehner has called this a rubic's cube. it is difficult to get a solution. >>neil: but they are aware of the deadlines and this is the day that the administration argued you had to get the agreement in place so you could avoid the august 2nd potential default and by that we just mean that you hit up against the limit and it doesn't mean that a downgrade, per se, or that we go and solve it, there is a higher risk of that. we will play that out. we hit that deadline, if we break that deadline, how soon before you think the credit rating answers react? >>guest: they have been aggres
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